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XRGB-Mini FrameMeister Upscaler

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Price: $345.90
Restock in 5-10 days
Item Number: XRGM-FM
Publisher: Micomsoft
Jan/UPC Code: 4961997001561
NCS Product Synopsis
Update: December 28, 2011
«©NCSX» Micomsoft's latest rendition of the XRGB upscan converter was released about a week ago in Japan and new orders are welcome to ship in about a week's time. Pricing in Japan is JPY38,640 which converts to US$496.27 as of this morning's exchange rate. NCS is pricing each XRGB-Mini at US$519.90 + shipping. Remember the good old days when the XRG-3 Upscan Converter was a measley US$300?

XRGB-Mini Specs
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Inputs: D-Terminal, HDMI x 2, D-Terminal, Mini-Din 8, micro-SD, mini-USB, Composite Video, Audio L+R, S-Video
» Outputs: HDMI (Please note VGA is no longer supported in this model)
» Output Resolution: 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p
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Onscreen Menu: English language only 
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System Firmware Update Possible
» Remote Control included 

   New orders for the XRGB-Mini FrameMeister Compact Upscaler Unit are welcome to ship at US$519.90.

   This document is ©NCSX 2012. All rights reserved. No reproduction in whole or in part of this document may be made without express written consent of National Console Support, Inc.

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Come on...
riight (Right Here) 11/11/2013 8:54 AM
I disagree. It's TOO expensive and this technology isn't as deep as you'd like to believe it is. It's definitely NOT worth 500.00 dollars, are you kidding??? lol... You have to be a hardcore fool to jump on this. I recommend buying a working sharp definition CRT television instead. Which if you look on Craigslist, there are still MANY to purchase which work perfectly fine. I have my 27" Philips tube TV and it works like a charm. No better way to play old consoles. A working tube tv at this size won't cost you more than 100.00 dollars. Sometimes you'll see even cheaper but nice sets for sale. 500 dollars up scaler...hahah, yeah right. It's a nice upscaler...but not 500.00 dollars nice. lol
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Rymdkakor (Sweden) 2/26/2013 7:00 PM
The other reviewers apparently do NOT know what they are talking about. This thing is the bomb, and totally worth the money. Regarding the guy who knows about electronics: No you don't know the true price of this, this thing performs better than a lot of upscalers in the 1000$+ segment. These things just are expensive, simple as that.
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D-terminal -> HDMI?
tofool (USA) 12/22/2012 10:00 AM
What is the purpose of this unit -- to convert D-terminal to an HDMI signal? Why couldn't we just directly use an HDMI cable between the source and the display...?
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Too expensive!
Fernando (Chile) 2/22/2012 6:54 PM
What a ripoff! I know this thing is good, but NOT at this price. Acceptable price would be not more than $199 other than that is just pure ripoff. I work with electronic so I know the REAL price of this thing.
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